Anyone make their own cream-style corn, like the stuff you get in the market? One of our TNT easy fix, used to be cheap, recipes is a corn cheese soup, which uses creamed corn as its primary ingredient. I used to be able to feed us both for < $3. Lately however, the corn is so expensive I've been buying commercial cans and freezing it in 2 person portions. [It's still not all that cheap.] I've determined that I should make my own. Does anyone do this? Is it in the BBB? Judi
Cream-Style corn, home canned
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There IS a recipe for it in the BBB! It doesn’t sound exactly like what you get in a grocery store can, but it does sound good.
The basic idea is to cut the kernels from the cob, but not as deep a cut as for whole kernel corn. Then you scrape the remaining milk and kernel from the cob (one pass only). At least those are the instructions on my new corn cutter – the one which hasn’t been used yet. 😉
On September 28, 2011 at 11:01 pm
Suzanne McMinn says:
I have directions for making and either canning or freezing cream-style corn here:
On September 29, 2011 at 6:39 am
Thank you all Suzanne, I had looked, but only found the creamed corn with cream here. Sorry I missed it, I wouldn’t have posted the request!
Thank you both —
On October 4, 2011 at 4:16 pm